Lauberhorn ski slope is one of the longest and most famous ski slopes in the world. The artist wanted to re-create the image of the ideal line that should be followed by the skis but which so far has not been perfectly performed: he created all this using ten thousands wooden splints in summertime. During his imaginary competition, with the real voices of the commentators in the background, the imaginary skiers virtually descend the slope at high speed to set a new imaginary record.
Born in Switzerland, he is a visual artist specialising in wooden sculpture, films, stereoscopic photography, installations and performance art. His works have been shown at international level in museums, exhibition spaces and public places. He has also directed short films which have participated at famous international festivals. Since 2005 he has collaborated with the choreographer Amanda Piña, with whom he founded the studio Nadaproductions.